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Meet the interns: Attila Varszegi

What motivated you to join the pro-life movement? What continues to motivate you?

I need to be able to look my future children (God willing) in the eyes one day and tell them that their father fought for the pre-born. 

Meet the interns: Tikvah Gilman

What motivated you to join the pro-life movement? What continues to motivate you?

Meet the interns: Ewa Lasota

What motivated you to join the pro-life movement? What continues to motivate you?

The prospective of changing minds and hearts on the issue of abortion motivated me to join the pro-life movement. Every day pre-born children are dismembered and decapitated. Every person can make a difference.

Miracles

By Gerrit Van Dorland

I put the van in drive and turned my left signal on. Checking my blind spot before merging into traffic, I catch one last glimpse of the red brick building with white pillars. There is nothing unordinary about the building. It could pass for a typical American bungalow. To the right side of the building, a small green, rectangular sign reads: Orlando Women’s Center. I forced my attention back to the road. The rain patters lightly on the windshield and music plays softly in the background. I look in my rear-view mirror—everyone is lost in thought, deeply affected by what we had just seen. I drive on, supressing the emotions that well up. I turn the music up somewhat.

File 4100

In this time of fear

Consciousness and human rights

By Christine De Baets

Depending on people’s backgrounds, some like to challenge the pro-life position on scientific grounds, others on philosophical grounds. A particular point of intersection of the two perspectives – and one that comes up often – is the topic of consciousness. The term carries with it a lot of interesting intellectual tradition. However, most either only consider a narrow portion of it, or make use of it simply to serve pre-established purposes. 

I can still picture it

By Christine De Baets

Within a two hour “Choice” Chain, you can converse with a wide variety of people. Whenever I set up, taking my stack of literature and turning my sign depicting an abortion victim to face approaching pedestrians and onlookers, I never know what to expect. By the time we pack up, though, it’s sometimes hard to recall conversations in detail. That’s why I try to write down significant ones as soon as possible while they are still fresh in my mind. 

From an ultrasound technologist: the side I see

Author anonymous due to workplace/patient confidentiality

I'll never know

By Gerrit Van Dorland

Use your game sense

By Cameron Côté

Another 'choice': the right to life or the right to die?

By Justina Van Manen

 
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